Free Shipping for U.S. Orders over $200


See the blue medallion in the upper left corner? Compass Bicycles introduces Free Shipping to addresses in the U.S. on orders of $ 200 or more. Free shipping is automatic – simply place the order with shipping to a U.S. address, and the shopping basket will not charge shipping. There are no coupon codes, fine print or exceptions.
For all other orders, we charge shipping at cost. Our shopping basket calculates the shipping charges based on the weight and volume of the items you buy, plus insurance. We do not charge for “handling” and we don’t make money on our shipping. The shopping basket calculations are approximate; in the rare case that there is a significant overcharge, we automatically issue a refund.
We ship international orders frequently to places all over the world. When you check out with an international address, we suggest you try the different shipping options in the check-out window. Sometimes, a “flat rate” postal rate is significantly less expensive.
We want to make our excellent product selection more readily available to you, and hope you’ll take advantage of it!

5 Responses to Free Shipping for U.S. Orders over $200

  1. Bubba April 12, 2012 at 12:27 pm #

    That Herse crankset just got a bit more affordable. Very tempting!
    Will the free shipping apply to domestic rim orders of >$200 as well?

  2. Harald April 13, 2012 at 6:56 pm #

    Just a suggestion from a potential international customer: would it be possible to allow customers to check the shipping cost without having to enter all your personal information? No big deal if you can’t make it work but it would be a nice feature.

    • Jan Heine, Editor, Bicycle Quarterly April 13, 2012 at 7:39 pm #

      That would be nice, but without having the personal information, the shopping basket doesn’t know where you want it shipped… We’ll look into a simple “shipping quote” feature that allows you to enter your zip code or country, and then gives you the shipping charge.

      • Harald April 14, 2012 at 3:28 pm #

        Yes, that’s exactly what I had in mind. Thanks for looking into it!